MILITARY $115.7 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Sikorsky Aircraft

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By Targeted News Service WASHINGTON, June 25 -- Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., Stratford, Connecticut, was awarded an $115,705,556 federal contract by the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, for non-recurring engineering and program support for the production and delivery of nine MH-60R aircraft for the Danish Defense Acquisition and Logistics Organization under the Foreign Military Sales program. Places of performance will be in Stratford, Connecticut; West Palm Beach, Florida and various locations outside the continental United States and within the continental United States. For more information about Targeted News Service's products, including its daily federal contract report, please contact: Myron Struck, Myron@targetednews.com, Editor, Targeted News Service LLC, Springfield, Va., Direct: 703/866-4708, Cell: 703/304-1897. 22BeltranE 140624-mv-741885 30VitinMar

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